As the new year approaches, we must remember the hardships we faced and how we overcame them. A new trip around the sun is a great way to symbolize a fresh start for many of us. Those who celebrate Rosh Hashanah, like Shalom Lamm, believe that the new years is a way to let positives in and negative out.
This year has been full of turmoil and hardships for many. With the virus taking over the world, wildfires spreading in the west, and innocent black Americans losing their lives, the new year couldn’t come faster. Social media does a great job of depicting the ways the world needs to be fixed. It seems like there is a new ending cycle of bad news waiting at a broadcaster’s fingertips. Positivity is the only mindset that can conquer all of these negatives. Whether that’s protesting, calling for action, donating to firefighters, or celebrating with family, positivity must be triumphant. The world we live in is so unpredictable and even frightening. Shalom Lamm insists that a positive attitude can take one a lot further than a negative one. Bring yourself and people down around you is not ideal for the current state of the world.